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Councils Strategic Directions were originally prepared and adopted at a Special Council Meeting on February 24th, 2012. It has since been amended by council resolutions 45-13 (January 18, 2013), 622-13 (October 30, 2013), and now 139-14 (March 10, 2014).

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Dear Resident,

The Township of North Frontenac is urgently requesting your help is addressing the proposal by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) to significantly change the way in which they bill for police services. The OPP bill is currently based on a municipality's actual crime rate. This is a user pay system, which...


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WHEREAS, lupus is an auto immune disease that can cause severe damage to the tissue and organs in the body and, in some cases, death; and


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Part of a resolution from the October 30, 2013, council meeting.

 

WHEREAS community social service workers provide crucial services to families and children; people with disabilities; those in respite care; people and families dealing with substance abuse; women and their children in transition houses or...


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The following is an excerpt from Council Resolution #590-13, passed on October 15th at a meeting of Council.

 

"WHEREAS the Public Library offers access to information;

 

AND WHEREAS the Public Library supports personal growth, economic renewal and...


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Council Resolution #555-13

 

WHEREAS Council is committed to conserving resources, protecting the environment and educating the community;

 

AND WHEREAS Council recognizes the generation of sold waste and the needless...


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Council Resolution #553-13

 

WHEREAS years of research confirms the benefits of high quality child care for young children’s intellectual, emotional, social and physical development and later life outcomes;

 

AND WHEREAS...


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In Part, Resolution 509-13;

 

"WHEREAS October is Canadian Autism Awareness Month;

 

AND WHEREAS Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects more than 100,000 Ontarians, including 1 in every 94 children, as well as their family, friends and community;

 


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